In your relationships, do you ask too many questions, not enough, or just enough?
Perfect communication allows for both. Sometimes you ask, sometimes you listen. There are no rules. Words are a means to communicate but there are other means of communication.
Not too much because it depends on the personality you dealing with. I realize sometimes people mask behind annoying questions, less words is better until there's growth. You need to also seek God to touch their minds.
Some men are in mental bondage. But when they have the attributes that make a strong healthy relationship they should be commended
There is no such thing as too many questions when both people are truly into one another.
What causes problems sometimes is how the question is asked or under what circumstance it is asked. The only way we get to know someone is by asking them questions. Making assumptions is not a healthy way to approach relationships.
I think it depends on the relationship we're talking about. I'm assuming you mean significant other relationship...if so, I think I ask just enough. I want to believe I'm pretty sensitive to my partner's moods so I try to be sensitive about how much I'm prying.
May be too many. I remember the first BF I had, I was so naive at relationships that out of my doubt for him I faked an internet email id and send him a flirty message and what was worse was he responded, I guess enough proof he wasn't totally into me. I still donno till this day if it was right or wrong but I do know, you need to trust the other person enough in a relationship and let go.
I am not a talker. I understand the importance of communication so I try my best.
I ask a ton of questions. And I'm still learning more about him after 2 years. I love it.
Thanks to each of you for your comments and perspectives on this question. I'm finding that I assume (and you know what they say about that) a lot when forming relationships rather than asking questions. I'm like Rorshak and am not really that much of a talker so sometimes, I can't even think of questions to ask; but I know I must stop assuming I know answers that I do not.Striving to be like Iburmaster and the rest of you!!
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